sexta-feira, 7 de agosto de 2015

Found more debris possibly from the flight MH370

The Malaysia Airlines confirmed to the families of the passengers of flight MH370 the wreckage found in day 29 of June in Reunion Island, near Madagascar, in fact belong to the missing aircraft on day 8 of March last year.

This morning were announced new elements, in addition to the piece of wing revealed the discovery of a piece of luggage by a worker cleans up the coast and, according to the Prime Minister of Malaysia, Najib Razak, seats, upholstery and even Windows.

Traces that washed up thousands of kilometres to the West of the area.

The Australian Foreign Minister adds: "we want to continue to use this evidence to better inform you about our search efforts, but what we have is consistent in relation to the area in which we are currently focused, is good news, because we have reduced the part of the ocean where we hope to find the plane.

The Boeing of Malaysia Airlines out of Kuala Lumpur, capital of Malaysia, in the direction of Beijing, China. Little more than an hour after take-off the communication with the control tower was interrupted.

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